Alba Nora Gúnera Osorio (born 1942, in Concepción de María, San Marcos de Colón, departamento de Choluteca, Honduras) is a Honduran politician and wife of General Juan Alberto Melgar, the Honduran military Head of State from 1975 to 1978. After being elected mayor of Tegucigalpa, she ran for presidency for the National Party in 1997 elections, but lost to Liberal Party nominee Carlos Roberto Flores. She served as the 6th Vice-President of the National Congress of Honduras during the 2010-2014 legislature.

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  • Alba Nora Gúnera Osorio (born 1942, in Concepción de María, San Marcos de Colón, departamento de Choluteca, Honduras) is a Honduran politician and wife of General Juan Alberto Melgar, the Honduran military Head of State from 1975 to 1978. After being elected mayor of Tegucigalpa, she ran for presidency for the National Party in 1997 elections, but lost to Liberal Party nominee Carlos Roberto Flores. She served as the 6th Vice-President of the National Congress of Honduras during the 2010-2014 legislature. (en)
  • Nora Gúnera de Melgar, Licenciada en magisterio y política hondureña que fue además Primera Dama de Honduras entre 1975-1978. (es)
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  • Alba Nora Gúnera Osorio (born 1942, in Concepción de María, San Marcos de Colón, departamento de Choluteca, Honduras) is a Honduran politician and wife of General Juan Alberto Melgar, the Honduran military Head of State from 1975 to 1978. After being elected mayor of Tegucigalpa, she ran for presidency for the National Party in 1997 elections, but lost to Liberal Party nominee Carlos Roberto Flores. She served as the 6th Vice-President of the National Congress of Honduras during the 2010-2014 legislature. (en)
  • Nora Gúnera de Melgar, Licenciada en magisterio y política hondureña que fue además Primera Dama de Honduras entre 1975-1978. (es)
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